Discussion in 'TV & Media' started by Guy Gardener, Oct 4, 2014.
CBS cancels MacGyver
There are at least three ongoing storylines left. My gut tells me none of them will be (satisfactorily) wrapped-up.
Probably no room for the show on the NCIS,FBI,CSI Network channel.
It does get about half the ratings of NCIS and FBI, so not a bad decision. More FBI and NCIS are on the way barring a catastrophe.
Just saw that Queen of the South has returned (seemingly with no pre-fanfare), and turns out to be the final season
At least in the article they speak of shopping it around, I guess due to the money invested in it. I do hope they get it renewed, I'm a huge space buff. though being streaming, I might never get to see it.
CBS hasn't renewed SEAL Team yet so its fans are having a meltdown. If it does get canceled, that means David Boreanaz's TV streak could end at 24 years.
^The streak was already broken; there was a year between the end of Angel (2004) and the beginning of Bones (2005) where he didn't have a regular series.
Thoughts and prayers.......
I am surprised a decision on NCIS: Los Angeles has not been made (or at least announced) yet. Even it's fans are starting to panic.
NCIS LA renewed
If NCIS: Hawaii is a hit, they'll follow up with NCIS: Hilo, NCIS: Kahului and NCIS: Makakilo.
They need to follow it up with NCIS: Abeline. Whole lotta naval action going on in the middle of Kansas.
I demand an NCIS: Millington, damnit!
With all these NCIS shows, I'm surprised they haven't triee to combine it with a medical drama and call it NCIS: BETHESDA NAVAL HOSPITAL.
The Irregulars has been cancelled by Netflix.
I enjoyed the first series, but I also didn't think it was going to end up being a multi season one.
Considering how many shows and movies are now filming in New Mexico these days, I wouldn't mind a NCIS Albuquerque!
I was going to check that out but what’s the point now that it’s been canceled?
I don't understand. I didn't watch it, but I've read it was Netflix' most popular show.
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